Monthly Archives: March 2007

A List Apart: Issue 234

The latest issue of A List Apart has been published. I highly recommend A List Apart to those of you who don’t already read it. It’s an online magazine that “explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with … Continue reading

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Links: A Wire frame car and some Lego weapons

A wire-frame Subaru Impreza. So so awesome. Oh, and some Lego firearms.

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Development site

For your viewing pleasure, I’m going to be working on my redesign for the May 1st Reboot at reboot.twoseven.co.nz.

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Beware the LogoMaid

I’m a long-time follower of Dan Cederholm, a top-class web designer from Massachusetts. Dan has recently had his Simplebits logo stolen by quick-and-easy logo factory, Logomaid. The full story unfolds here in the comments against the offending screenshot in Dan’s … Continue reading

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Optimus Maximus

I remember seeing this years ago, and then mhjb linked to this some time back, but I just remembered it again today and thought I’d hunt it down and see how it’s going. Due for release around December 2007 at … Continue reading

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May 1st Reboot

I’ve registered for the May 1st Reboot. I better get my self into gear and whip up some sort of a design for this baby. Anyone else want to join in?

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ISO50

I saw some of Scott Hansen‘s work a while back but it’s been doing the rounds again so thought I’d follow suit and give it some props. Check out his work; he designs for print, for the web, clothing, and … Continue reading

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Yahoo!

xtramsn is web now Yahoo!Xtra. I see this as a good thing. I like the direction that Yahoo is taking – they’ve done a great job of leaving cheap jerseys old-school portal-land behind and are really embracing the new technologies … Continue reading

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